Fears around the spread of a new coronavirus and the impact it may have on global activity and growth have put a dent into widespread optimism that the global economy was stabilizing. Though the natural inclination during periods of heightened fear is to sell on fear of what's to come, history has shown these periods of volatility tend to be short-lived. Day-to-day market fluctuations, particularly those driven by health scares, are likely to have little impact on long-term investment strategies. Maintaining perspective is key to remaining on track. RBC Global Asset Management recently released their commentary on the health scare, please click here for the link.